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Monkey

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 500 pounds.
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The cells keep track of how another monkey behaved in previous rounds of the game and predict the other monkey's next move, researchers report online February 26 in Cell.
If a monkey's recipient dies or if the animal becomes ill, it returns to the college and may get placed with a foster family.
Comparisons of the young male monkey's body to those in the baboon collection at Chicago's Field Museum, however, told a different story.
During the incident, a number of emergency personnel were exposed to the monkey's body fluids.
This simian subject, borrowed from an antique Chinese painting, has appeared in Owens's work since 1997, but an absurdist element has been added: Thick black construction-paper spectacles cover the adult monkey's felt eyes.
Similar experiments have been done on mice for decades, but a monkey's structure is much closer to a human's.
The monkey's cultural role as signifier is discussed briefly, along with a short mention of the trope of signifying in the black community.
The electrodes were implanted in the pre-motor cortex, which is on the surface of the front part of the brain and is one of the areas responsible for guiding a person's or a monkey's arm.
Drastic limits on calorie consumption starting early in a monkey's life seemed to delay aging of the animal's immune systems in new research.
and possible mates Besides keeping the family clean, grooming strengthens the monkey's social bonds.